A design team in the US, manufacturing in Vietnam, with its IT support located in India and testing in various locations!
The modern world is growing at an exponential rate with new and updated applications hitting the market on a daily basis. The frequency of code deployment has changed from once in six months to numerous deployments in an hour. In a time of such fierce competition, it is essential for businesses to provide high-quality and efficient services to their users.
Back in time, you would buy Microsoft SharePoint and build your own intranet on top of it. You would need to have your own infrastructure on-premises and employ a team of diligent professionals to manage the intranet services.
The journey of taking any Intranet project from the stage of conceptualization into working reality can be an overwhelming project for an organization. While the process might seem cumbersome, the end results in the form of a successful Intranet have the power to completely transform the way you communicate, work, and collaborate as an organization.
It’s a common belief that migrating to the cloud eliminates the need for tech maintenance and support. Small and medium enterprises typically suffer from this myth. But that’s not necessarily true!
One of our long-time clients made the strategic decision to pilot Microsoft Azure to reduce costs and improve platform stability after their external DNS provider crashed. The crash caused their email domain to be unresolved as well as their VPN gateway and numerous other services.
Data is vital to the health and operations of any business. Regardless of industry, any unforeseen event or disaster that disrupts day to day functions of a company can have dire consequences and put the organization at risk for financial costs, data loss and even reputation loss.
Proper IT governance ensures that technology investments match the organization’s overall mission and that data is managed in compliance with regulations. IT governance is particularly essential in protecting companies from fraud. Well-implemented IT governance plans ensure that strategies, processes, and stakeholders are in place to support the organization’s overall governance strategy.